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Using a social determinants of early learning framework to eliminate educational disparities and opportunity gaps


In this chapter, we adapt a framework used by the public-health sector—Structural Determinants of Health—to address inequities and support the well-being of U.S. citizens at a population level (e.g., infant mortality and morbidity, teen pregnancy, or smoking) to show how early learning can address the inequities in education. (author abstract)

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